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MV welcomes world’s most intact Triceratops

World’s most intact Triceratops lands at Melbourne Museum, ABC News, 14 January 2022

On RN Breakfast with Hamish McDonald

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It’s been 67 million years in the making, but the world’s most complete Triceratops skeleton has landed at Melbourne Museum for a monumental exhibition.

From March 12, you can catch a glimpse of Horridus the Triceratops, who tips the scales at more than 1,000 kilos and is comprised of 266 bones.

Guest: Dr Erich Fitzgerald, Senior Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at Museums Victoria
Producer: Kea Browning
Duration: 7min 37sec
Broadcast: Fri 14 Jan 2022, 6:45am